Join Alejandro, an UIMLA mountain leader, on this beautiful 4-day hike around Ordesa and Bujaruelo Valley in the Pyrenees.
Join me on this amazing hike around Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, one of the most beautiful corners in Spain. Hikers and outdoor lovers will be fascinated by this incredible spot in the Aragonese Pyrenees.
We’ll meet at Torla, one of the entrance gates to the National Park. That first day, we’ll have time to explore the beauty of the place and get ready for the following days. On the second day, we’ll ride a bus to the Ordesa Valley at 1,300 meters. We’ll then ascend to the Goriz Hut (2,200m), along one of the most impressive canyons in the Pyrenees. We’ll go through the Hayedo-Abetal, enjoy the waterfalls of Arripas, Estrecho and Cola de Caballo, climb the Gradas de Soaso, and delight in stunning panoramic views of Monte Perdido.
On our third day, we’ll explore the valley descending through the Trail of Hunters. We’ll be able to enjoy spectacular views of the Ordesa Glacier, the Brecha de Rolando and the frontier with France. We’ll then ride the bus towards Torla, to travel to Bujaruelo, where we’ll spend the night. For our last day, we’ll hike along the Ara River to reach the impressive Otal Valley. Surrounded by incredible mountains, such as the Tendeñera one, this valley is home to groundhogs and griffon vultures. If we’re lucky, we’ll spot them on our hike.
Remember to bring mountain boots, adequate clothing, sleeping bag, trekking poles, sunscreen, sunglasses and a windbreaker/raincoat.
Send your request now for this exciting adventure in Huesca, Spain! I would love to be your guide.
UIMLA Mountain Leader | AEGM Tour guide Mountain / Mountain Leader Sports Technician
Since I was a kid I travelled around the hills and peaks of Sierra Nevada range in south Spain, going up and down the valleys that made me in love with the mountains world.
Steadily, I discovered other ranges of the Iberic peninsula such as the Pyrenees and Picos de Europa, and then I travelled to the peruvian Andes, the Amazonas jungle, the Moroccan Atlas...
Thanks to these experiences and two years of studying to become a professional mountain guide, I started a new project called Nevalia mountain guides.
I hope I can help you to make true your mountain dreams!
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Group of 1
|EUR 1232 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 805 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 691 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 588 each|
Group of 5
|EUR 526 each|
Group of 6
|EUR 511 each|
Group of 7
|EUR 511 each|
Group of 8
|EUR 511 each|
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Our guide was changed on us last minute. Before the hike, I had missed the messages from the guide because the notifications went to a weird place in my email inbox. Because we messaged him late, he cancelled on us. I was worried we wouldn\'t be able to go on the hike at all. Luckily, we ended up going with a different guide, Victoria, who was lovely.
This trip was amazing and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in hiking. We went on 9 and 10 of December but we were lucky and the weather conditions was really good. The nature and the view were fascinating. Alejandro was an excellent guide! Very professional and a very nice guy. All these elements combining together made this trip an unforgettable experience!
That was a blast, I truly had a wonderful time! Everything went just perfectly, thanks a lot to my guide Alejandro for your professionalism, patience and flexibility. I am looking forward to my next trek in the Sierra Nevada (or elsewhere, who knows?) and will definitely think of Nevalia
Alejandro could not be more perfect for anyone looking to summit Mulhacén! He planned our winter ascent impeccably and although we were very lucky with the weather (blue skies and epic views - if a tad chilly!), our successful and joyful climb was very much down to him and his attitude . I would also add that as far as mountain refuges go, Mulhacén\'s is a goodie :)